Rice protein comes from rice, rice grains, rice bran, is recognized as high quality food protein because of its high nutritional value.
Rice Protein Description
Rice protein comes from rice, rice grains, rice bran, which is recognized as high-quality food protein because of its high nutritional value. In addition, rice protein does not produce allergic reactions, is very beneficial to the production of infant food. It can lower serum cholesterol levels, and meet kinds of amino acid requirements for children.
Rice Protein Properties
Our one ingredient rice protein powder is an excellent supplemental source of dietary protein for vegetarians and vegans that cannot use animal/milk-based proteins.
Rice Protein Applications
Rice protein can be used in baking, soups, smoothies, and protein shakes.
Rice protein can be used in either hot or cold recipes. Heat will not destroy the protein, it simply denatures the protein, which means the chemical structure changes (like when eggs turn solid as they are cooked). As long as what you are cooking/baking is not burned or overcooked, the protein is still usable by the body. So feel free to add rice protein to your next batch of muffins or vegetarian casseroles